As a hobbyist interested in creating beautiful candles for you and your friends or as a new business owner in search of a reliable supplier for your scented creations you will need to have some basic knowledge of VAT regulations within the EU. This knowledge will simplify the process of acquiring the raw materials you need and clear out a few misconceptions you may have when it comes to purchasing from a B2B supplier.
In this in-depth article we will discuss about achieving optimal fragrance performance in your candle making. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced candle maker, we believe these techniques and tips we are going to provide will help you create candles that smell as good as they look!
A Unique Formula Identifier (UFI) code is a standardized identifier that is used to track the distribution and use of chemical substances in the European Union. In this article we will explain the purpose of a UFI code, why it is important and why it is mandatory in products containing hazardous chemicals.
Amber is a versatile scent that can be blended with a wide range of other fragrances to create unique and complex aromas. In this article we will explore this unique base note that dominates the majority of commercial perfumes around the world.
Ranking just below amber, musk is probably one of the most misunderstood and confusing scents in the minds of many people. Part of its eluding nature has to do that musk scent cannot fall into any fragrance category. In fact it is an entire category on its own. And though many believe that musk is strong and leathery due to the fact that it was traditionally an animal byproduct, it really is the contrary.
Fragrances that smell like Christmas and buyers love to have in their homes! Take a look at the 3 best selling festive scents you really cannot go wrong with every holiday season.
How efficient it is to mix and match fragrances in order to produce a unique blend is a question we get asked a lot. Here are some useful tips to help you through your first steps in making your own signature blends with our products.
As our FAQs section is getting bigger and bigger, we thought, for the sake of readability, to stop adding more questions to that page and to address more thoroughly to some of them. This post will allow us more space to further explain quite a few fragrance related queries.
We came up with a simple visual representation of what you can expect from buying one of our fragrances, by colour coding them. It only takes some basic knowledge of a handful of principal olfactory notes and you will be able to tell if this is what you are looking for in a glimpse.
Floral fragrances come in a wide variety of scents. Some of them tend to be more subtle, while others make a strong and somewhat heady impact. But how can you tell the difference between light and heavy floral scents and what should you expect just by reading the description of a fragrance?